Justice D Y Chandrachud, who is the chairperson of Supreme Court’s eCommittee, has constituted a panel of three high court judges to prepare a framework for formulating neutral citations for citing decisions of the high courts as well as the apex court.

Justice Rajiv Shakdher of Delhi High Court, Justice Raja Vijayaraghavan V of the Kerala High Court and Justice Suraj Govind Raj of Karnataka High Court will be members of the committee, and have been asked to suggest modalities and submit a report to the eCommittee.

A. Ramesh Babu, who is Member (Project Management), eCommittee, Supreme Court will be convenor of the committee.

The Neutral Citations will ensure a uniform pattern of citing all decisions of the High Court and the Supreme Court. Delhi High Court and Kerala High Court have recently introduced their own neutral citations.

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Supreme Court eCommittee Constitutes Panel For Suggesting Modalities

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